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Elementary School

This mindfulness exercise video can help to calm overwhelming emotions and the racing heartbeat associated with them. The activity doesn't require any materials and takes just a few minutes for students to complete. Mindfulness Exercises, Learning Resources, In A Heartbeat, Workout Videos, Anxiety, Students, Racing, Calm, Activities

Heartbeat: A Mindfulness Exercise

This mindfulness exercise video can help to calm overwhelming emotions and the racing heartbeat associated with them. The activity doesn't require any materials and takes just a few minutes for students to complete.

An interactive reading experience about sleep, circadian rhythms, and health Sleeping Too Much, Staying Up Late, Learning Resources, Coding, Shit Happens, This Or That Questions, Education, Search, Students

BiblioTech CityHacks: In Search of Sleep (Grades 4-6)

How much sleep should you get? What happens when you're sleeping? What happens if you don't get enough sleep? In this interactive reading experience about sleep, circadian rhythms, and health, students help a young girl answer these questions so she can convince her mom to let her stay up late for CityHacks, a cool coding club that she wants to join.

An interactive reading experience about concussions, sports, and brain health Student Travel, Twin Sisters, Brain Health, Rebounding, Learning Resources, Teaching, Education, Bmx, Memes

BiblioTech REBOUND: Beating Concussions (Grades 4-6)

In this interactive reading experience about concussions, sports, and brain health, students travel along as a BMX-rider uncovers the truth about concussions to help his twin sister get back on the basketball court. “Rebound: Beating Concussions” teaches the most up-to-date, cutting-edge science in concussion research and treatment, including an interactive simulation of the ImPACT® test—a powerful diagnostic tool used by sports health professionals.

Students explore the cardiovascular system and how healthy living affects it. In this educational adventure, students must help diagnose a friendly, three-eyed monster and assist him on his path to a healthier life. Available in English and Spanish. You Monster, Learning Resources, Middle School, Healthy Living, Spanish, Medical, Science, App, Activities

Monster Heart Medic (Elementary and Middle School)

Students explore the cardiovascular system and how healthy living affects it. In this educational adventure, students must help diagnose a friendly, three-eyed monster and assist him on his path to a healthier life. Available in English and Spanish.

Serious Games Helping Teens Deal With Type 2 Diabetes Teaching Science, Science Activities, Science Centers, Social Aspects, 6th Grade Science, Interactive Stories, Differentiated Instruction, Math Class, Learning Resources

I Got This (Elementary and Middle School)

This interactive, first-person, educational story follows a young teenage girl who discovers that she has type 2 diabetes. Told in a real-world setting, this app focuses on the symptoms, remediation, and social aspects of the disease.

Travel along on a richly animated, dreamy bedtime story and explore the wonders of the immune system through the eyes of a who has just been diagnosed with Type 1 juvenile diabetes. 7 Year Olds, Bedtime Stories, Learning Resources, Immune System, Type 1, Diabetes, Evolution, Self, Science

Our Cells, Our Selves (Grades 5-8)

Travel along on a richly animated, dreamy bedtime story and explore the wonders of the immune system through the eyes of a 7-year-old who has just been diagnosed with Type 1 juvenile diabetes.

Investigate and learn about the human body at home, at school, or anywhere with 13 easy-to-use, hands-on activities, plus videos and more. Available in English and Spanish. Hands On Activities, Learning Resources, Investigations, Human Body, Middle School, Spanish, English, Science, Letters

DIY Human Body (Elementary and Middle School)

Investigate and learn about the human body at home, at school, or anywhere with 13 easy-to-use, hands-on activities, plus videos and more. Available in English and Spanish.

Learn about how different living things grow and develop Narrative Essay, Essay Writing, Learning Resources, Student Learning, Myself Essay, University, Students, Science, How To Plan

How We Grow (Grades 5-8)

Students learn about how different living things grow and develop through the story of a student who has to write an essay for his science class. The essay is on growth and development, but he just doesn’t understand what’s interesting about how we grow. That is, until his room starts to come to life.

This fast-paced activity provides the starting point needed to build healthy meals using simple, readily available, and nutritious ingredients. Students require quick thinking and even quicker fingers as they race against the clock to sort through an array of ingredients and construct healthy recipes. Healthy Meals, Healthy Recipes, Quick Thinking, Mushroom Risotto, Learning Resources, Fingers, Middle School, Students, Clock

Space Chef

This fast-paced activity provides the starting point needed to build healthy meals using simple, readily available, and nutritious ingredients. Students require quick thinking and even quicker fingers as they race against the clock to sort through an array of ingredients and construct healthy recipes.

This program lets veterinarians and veterinary students help kids learn about all the careers in this field and how they can prevent and treat health conditions that impact both people and their animals. Resources include the interactive Healthy Animals! Healthy People! (this resource is free but requires users to set up an account) and online picture books in both English and Spanish. Learning Resources, Kids Learning, Web Communication, West Lafayette, Purdue University, Veterinarians, Help Kids, Picture Books, Kindergarten

This Is How We "Role" (Kindergarten-Grade 5)

This program lets veterinarians and veterinary students help kids learn about all the careers in this field and how they can prevent and treat health conditions that impact both people and their animals. Resources include the interactive Healthy Animals! Healthy People! (this resource is free but requires users to set up an account) and online picture books in both English and Spanish.

Middle School

This mindfulness exercise video can help to calm overwhelming emotions and the racing heartbeat associated with them. The activity doesn't require any materials and takes just a few minutes for students to complete. Mindfulness Exercises, Learning Resources, In A Heartbeat, Workout Videos, Anxiety, Students, Racing, Calm, Activities

Heartbeat: A Mindfulness Exercise

This mindfulness exercise video can help to calm overwhelming emotions and the racing heartbeat associated with them. The activity doesn't require any materials and takes just a few minutes for students to complete.

The superbug issue of Pathways magazine is all about drug resistance in viruses and bacteria. Students will learn the basics of infectious diseases and investigate why some can’t be treated with drugs. This issue of Pathways includes a student magazine, teaching guide, vocabulary list, video, and interactive quiz. Science Topics, Teaching Science, Stem Careers, Microscopic Images, Vocabulary List, Learning Resources, Pathways, Drugs, Students

Pathways - The Superbugs Issue

The superbug issue of Pathways magazine is all about drug resistance in viruses and bacteria. Students will learn the basics of infectious diseases and investigate why some can’t be treated with drugs. This issue of Pathways includes a student magazine, teaching guide, vocabulary list, video, and interactive quiz.

Tool for creating customized, colorful visuals of names using the 3D protein alphabet Learning Resources, Multimedia, Alphabet, Protein, Names, Colorful, Map, Activities, Education

Protein Alphabet

Tool for creating customized, colorful visuals of names using the 3D protein alphabet

Let’s Get Healthy! provides teachers and students with online access to community-specific research data generated from the Let’s Get Healthy! education and research exhibit. The teaching resources explore different aspects of healthy choices, chronic diseases, advocacy, epigenetics, research ethics, development, and more. Learning Resources, Get Healthy, Exhibit, Healthy Choices, Lesson Plans, Students, Classroom, Teacher, Community

Let's Get Healthy! Lesson Plans & Activities

Let’s Get Healthy! provides teachers and students with online access to community-specific research data generated from the Let’s Get Healthy! education and research exhibit. The teaching resources explore different aspects of healthy choices, chronic diseases, advocacy, epigenetics, research ethics, development, and more.

Investigate and learn about the human body at home, at school, or anywhere with 13 easy-to-use, hands-on activities, plus videos and more. Available in English and Spanish. Hands On Activities, Learning Resources, Investigations, Human Body, Middle School, Spanish, English, Science, Letters

DIY Human Body (Elementary and Middle School)

Investigate and learn about the human body at home, at school, or anywhere with 13 easy-to-use, hands-on activities, plus videos and more. Available in English and Spanish.

This fast-paced activity provides the starting point needed to build healthy meals using simple, readily available, and nutritious ingredients. Students require quick thinking and even quicker fingers as they race against the clock to sort through an array of ingredients and construct healthy recipes. Healthy Meals, Healthy Recipes, Quick Thinking, Mushroom Risotto, Learning Resources, Fingers, Middle School, Students, Clock

Space Chef (Elementary and Middle School)

This fast-paced activity provides the starting point needed to build healthy meals using simple, readily available, and nutritious ingredients. Students require quick thinking and even quicker fingers as they race against the clock to sort through an array of ingredients and construct healthy recipes.

Lesson plans & activity guides about Evolution Learning Resources, Student Learning, Lesson Plans, Curriculum, Evolution, Catalog, Students, Activities, How To Plan

Evolution Curriculum

A catalog of lesson plans and activities to help students learn the fundamental principles of evolution.

Biology of Human/World of Viruses Microbiology, Learning Resources, Curriculum, High School, Students, Comic Books, Teaching, Activities, Videos

World of Viruses - Biology of Human (Middle and High School)

Biology of Human helps students better understand advances in biomedical research relating to human biology. Resources include comic books, activities, lessons, and other curricula with accompanying teaching guides, videos, and additional learning materials.

Converse with Darwin about his life and contributions to science Learning Resources, Student Learning, List Of Questions, This Or That Questions, Charles Darwin, A Classroom, Evolution, Insight, The Selection

Charles Darwin Synthetic Review (Grades 6-9)

In this free interactive experience, students learn about Charles Darwin, the naturalist, geologist, and leading contributor to the fundamental principles of evolution. Students select from a list of questions to ask a virtual Darwin and receive insight into various topics.

Students explore the cardiovascular system and how healthy living affects it. In this educational adventure, students must help diagnose a friendly, three-eyed monster and assist him on his path to a healthier life. Available in English and Spanish. You Monster, Learning Resources, Middle School, Healthy Living, Spanish, Medical, Science, App, Activities

Monster Heart Medic (Elementary and Middle School)

Students explore the cardiovascular system and how healthy living affects it. In this educational adventure, students must help diagnose a friendly, three-eyed monster and assist him on his path to a healthier life. Available in English and Spanish.

Serious Games Helping Teens Deal With Type 2 Diabetes Teaching Science, Science Activities, Science Centers, Social Aspects, 6th Grade Science, Interactive Stories, Differentiated Instruction, Math Class, Learning Resources

I Got This (Elementary and Middle School)

This interactive, first-person, educational story follows a young teenage girl who discovers that she has type 2 diabetes. Told in a real-world setting, this app focuses on the symptoms, remediation, and social aspects of the disease.

Learn about how different living things grow and develop Narrative Essay, Essay Writing, Learning Resources, Student Learning, Myself Essay, University, Students, Science, How To Plan

How We Grow (Grades 5-8)

Students learn about how different living things grow and develop through the story of a student who has to write an essay for his science class. The essay is on growth and development, but he just doesn’t understand what’s interesting about how we grow. That is, until his room starts to come to life.

Engage students in basic science with free ELA/STEM resources that discuss basic research and possible science career paths. This collection of free materials includes a student magazine, lesson plans, and videos. Biomedical Science, Microscopic Images, Student Engagement, Learning Resources, Pathways, How To Introduce Yourself, Lesson Plans, How To Find Out, The Cure

Pathways – Basic Science

Engage students in basic science with free ELA/STEM resources that discuss basic research and possible science career paths. This collection of free materials includes a student magazine, lesson plans, and videos.

The regeneration issue of Pathways provides educators with free STEM and ELA resources to introduce students to the amazing world of regeneration research, how it can improve people’s health, and the inspiring scientists working in this field. The collection includes a student magazine, teaching guide with lessons and activities, and a vocabulary list. Biomedical Science, Vocabulary List, Animal Science, Future Jobs, Learning Resources, Pathways, Scientists, How To Introduce Yourself, Students

Pathways – The Regeneration Issue

The regeneration issue of Pathways provides educators with free STEM and ELA resources to introduce students to the amazing world of regeneration research, how it can improve people’s health, and the inspiring scientists working in this field. The collection includes a student magazine, teaching guide with lessons and activities, and a vocabulary list.

Science and language arts program for grades about basic science research featuring 4 interactive videos! Biomedical Science, Learning Resources, Pathways, How To Introduce Yourself, How To Fall Asleep, Magazines, Students, Teaching, Digital

Pathways – The Circadian Rhythms Issue

The circadian rhythms issue of Pathways is all about the science of sleep. Students can discover what researchers are learning about the body’s daily rhythms and how they determine when you fall asleep, wake up, and more. This issue of Pathways includes student magazines, a teaching guide, and an interactive digital tool that will help reveal the science behind the body’s sleep-wake cycle.

High School

This interactive helps put the size of many biological structures in context. Students can zoom in from the scale of a coffee bean all the way down to a carbon atom. Along the way, they also see bacteria, a range of human cells, a chromosome, a flu virus, and more. This activity was developed by Learn.Genetics from the Genetic Science Learning Center at the University of Utah. All The Way Down, Along The Way, Learning Centers, Learning Resources, University Of Utah, Flu, Genetics, Scale, Students

Cell Size and Scale

This interactive helps put the size of many biological structures in context. Students can zoom in from the scale of a coffee bean all the way down to a carbon atom. Along the way, they also see bacteria, a range of human cells, a chromosome, a flu virus, and more. This activity was developed by Learn.Genetics from the Genetic Science Learning Center at the University of Utah.

The superbug issue of Pathways magazine is all about drug resistance in viruses and bacteria. Students will learn the basics of infectious diseases and investigate why some can’t be treated with drugs. This issue of Pathways includes a student magazine, teaching guide, vocabulary list, video, and interactive quiz. Science Topics, Teaching Science, Stem Careers, Microscopic Images, Vocabulary List, Learning Resources, Pathways, Drugs, Students

Pathways - The Superbugs Issue

The superbug issue of Pathways magazine is all about drug resistance in viruses and bacteria. Students will learn the basics of infectious diseases and investigate why some can’t be treated with drugs. This issue of Pathways includes a student magazine, teaching guide, vocabulary list, video, and interactive quiz.

Tool for creating customized, colorful visuals of names using the 3D protein alphabet Learning Resources, Multimedia, Alphabet, Protein, Names, Colorful, Map, Activities, Education

Protein Alphabet

Tool for creating customized, colorful visuals of names using the 3D protein alphabet

The pgEd program offers interactive lessons for educators to engage students in discussions of ethics and personal genetics. Subjects including biology, health, social studies, physical education, and psychology. All lesson plans contain background reading for teachers and students; classroom activities; discussion points; in some cases, a slide presentation or video clip; and an evaluation. Lessons can stand alone or be taught as a unit. Harvard Medical School, Personal Identity, Student Engagement, Learning Resources, Classroom Activities, Physical Education, Genetics, Social Studies, Biology

Personal Genetics Education Project (pgEd)

The pgEd program offers interactive lessons for educators to engage students in discussions of ethics and personal genetics. Subjects including biology, health, social studies, physical education, and psychology. All lesson plans contain background reading for teachers and students; classroom activities; discussion points; in some cases, a slide presentation or video clip; and an evaluation. Lessons can stand alone or be taught as a unit.

Great Diseases - Center for Science Education at Tufts University High School Curriculum, High School Biology, High School Science, Public School, Science Classroom, Science Education, Health Literacy, Boston Public, Problem Solving Skills

The Great Diseases: Curriculum (High School)

The Great Diseases engages students with the science behind their real-world experiences. The program aims to increase students' analytical and problem-solving skills, as well as improve their health literacy. Curriculum materials for each module include a teacher primer and lesson plans, classroom materials for each lesson, and unit assessments. Teachers must request access to download materials.

Converse with Darwin about his life and contributions to science Learning Resources, Student Learning, List Of Questions, This Or That Questions, Charles Darwin, A Classroom, Evolution, Insight, The Selection

Charles Darwin Synthetic Review (Grades 6-9)

In this free interactive experience, students learn about Charles Darwin, the naturalist, geologist, and leading contributor to the fundamental principles of evolution. Students select from a list of questions to ask a virtual Darwin and receive insight into various topics.

Engage students in basic science with free ELA/STEM resources that discuss basic research and possible science career paths. This collection of free materials includes a student magazine, lesson plans, and videos. Biomedical Science, Microscopic Images, Student Engagement, Learning Resources, Pathways, How To Introduce Yourself, Lesson Plans, How To Find Out, The Cure

Pathways – Basic Science

Engage students in basic science with free ELA/STEM resources that discuss basic research and possible science career paths. This collection of free materials includes a student magazine, lesson plans, and videos.

Science and language arts program for grades about basic science research featuring 4 interactive videos! Biomedical Science, Learning Resources, Pathways, How To Introduce Yourself, How To Fall Asleep, Magazines, Students, Teaching, Digital

Pathways – The Circadian Rhythms Issue

The circadian rhythms issue of Pathways is all about the science of sleep. Students can discover what researchers are learning about the body’s daily rhythms and how they determine when you fall asleep, wake up, and more. This issue of Pathways includes a student magazine, a teaching guide, and an interactive digital tool that will help reveal the science behind the body’s sleep-wake cycle.

The regeneration issue of Pathways provides educators with free STEM and ELA resources to introduce students to the amazing world of regeneration research, how it can improve people’s health, and the inspiring scientists working in this field. The collection includes a student magazine, teaching guide with lessons and activities, and a vocabulary list. Biomedical Science, Vocabulary List, Animal Science, Future Jobs, Learning Resources, Pathways, Scientists, How To Introduce Yourself, Students

Pathways – The Regeneration Issue

The regeneration issue of Pathways provides educators with free STEM and ELA resources to introduce students to the amazing world of regeneration research, how it can improve people’s health, and the inspiring scientists working in this field. The collection includes a student magazine, teaching guide with lessons and activities, and a vocabulary list.

College

Great Diseases - Center for Science Education at Tufts University High School Curriculum, High School Biology, High School Science, Public School, Science Classroom, Science Education, Health Literacy, Boston Public, Problem Solving Skills

The Great Diseases: Curriculum

Created by Tufts scientists and Boston Public School teachers, Great Diseases engages students with the science behind their real-world experiences. The program aims to increase students' analytical and problem-solving skills, as well as improve their health literacy. Curriculum materials for each module include a teacher primer and lesson plans, classroom materials for each lesson, and unit assessments. Teachers must request access to download materials.

Interactive lessons for educators to engage students in discussions of ethics and personal genetics. Subjects including biology, health, social studies, physical education, and psychology. All lesson plans contain background reading for teachers and students; classroom activities; discussion points; in some cases, a slide presentation or video clip; and an evaluation. Lessons can stand alone or be taught as a unit. Developed by the Department of Genetics at Harvard Medical School. Harvard Medical School, Personal Identity, Student Engagement, Learning Resources, Classroom Activities, Physical Education, Genetics, Social Studies, Biology

Personal Genetics Education Project (pgED)

Interactive lessons for educators to engage students in discussions of ethics and personal genetics. Subjects including biology, health, social studies, physical education, and psychology. All lesson plans contain background reading for teachers and students; classroom activities; discussion points; in some cases, a slide presentation or video clip; and an evaluation. Lessons can stand alone or be taught as a unit. Developed by the Department of Genetics at Harvard Medical School.

iBiology offers you free biology videos from the world's leading scientists, with over 25 Nobel laureates. Talks include research and educational materials. Learning Resources, Scientists, Biology, Curriculum, Discovery, This Or That Questions, Education, World, Videos

iBiology

iBiology connects you with leading scientists in biology through free, open-access videos, so that you can find out how they think about scientific questions and conduct their research. Educators can include these videos in their curriculum to convey the excitement of modern biology and the process by which scientific discoveries are made.

Other Educational Resources

iBiology offers you free biology videos from the world's leading scientists, with over 25 Nobel laureates. Talks include research and educational materials. Learning Resources, Scientists, Biology, Curriculum, Discovery, This Or That Questions, Education, World, Videos

iBiology

iBiology connects you with leading scientists in biology through free, open-access videos, so that you can find out how they think about scientific questions and conduct their research. Educators can include these videos in their curriculum to convey the excitement of modern biology and the process by which scientific discoveries are made.

Eterna empowers citizen scientists to invent medicine through molecular design. You play by solving puzzles using RNAs, tiny molecules at the heart of every cell. Peer Review, Learning Resources, Scientists, Citizen, Proposal, Inventions, Puzzles, Medicine, Science

Eterna: Solve Puzzles. Invent Medicine.

Eterna empowers citizen scientists to invent medicine through molecular design. You play by solving puzzles using RNAs, tiny molecules at the heart of every cell.

Foldit is a revolutionary crowdsourcing computer game enabling you to contribute to important scientific research. Enabling, Gaming Computer, Learning Resources, Revolutionaries, The Fool, Science, Game, Gaming, Toy

Foldit

Foldit is a revolutionary crowdsourcing computer game enabling you to contribute to important scientific research.

This mindfulness exercise video can help to calm overwhelming emotions and the racing heartbeat associated with them. The activity doesn't require any materials and takes just a few minutes for students to complete. Mindfulness Exercises, Learning Resources, In A Heartbeat, Workout Videos, Anxiety, Students, Racing, Calm, Activities

Heartbeat: A Mindfulness Exercise

This mindfulness exercise video can help to calm overwhelming emotions and the racing heartbeat associated with them. The activity doesn't require any materials and takes just a few minutes for students to complete.

This mindfulness exercise video can help to calm overwhelming emotions and the racing heartbeat associated with them. The activity doesn't require any materials and takes just a few minutes for students to complete. Mindfulness Exercises, Learning Resources, In A Heartbeat, Workout Videos, Anxiety, Students, Racing, Calm, Activities

Heartbeat: A Mindfulness Exercise

This mindfulness exercise video can help to calm overwhelming emotions and the racing heartbeat associated with them. The activity doesn't require any materials and takes just a few minutes for students to complete.

This interactive helps put the size of many biological structures in context. Students can zoom in from the scale of a coffee bean all the way down to a carbon atom. Along the way, they also see bacteria, a range of human cells, a chromosome, a flu virus, and more. This activity was developed by Learn.Genetics from the Genetic Science Learning Center at the University of Utah. All The Way Down, Along The Way, Learning Centers, Learning Resources, University Of Utah, Flu, Genetics, Scale, Students

Cell Size and Scale

This interactive helps put the size of many biological structures in context. Students can zoom in from the scale of a coffee bean all the way down to a carbon atom. Along the way, they also see bacteria, a range of human cells, a chromosome, a flu virus, and more. This activity was developed by Learn.Genetics from the Genetic Science Learning Center at the University of Utah.

The superbug issue of Pathways magazine is all about drug resistance in viruses and bacteria. Students will learn the basics of infectious diseases and investigate why some can’t be treated with drugs. This issue of Pathways includes a student magazine, teaching guide, vocabulary list, video, and interactive quiz. Science Topics, Teaching Science, Stem Careers, Microscopic Images, Vocabulary List, Learning Resources, Pathways, Drugs, Students

Pathways - The Superbugs Issue

The superbug issue of Pathways magazine is all about drug resistance in viruses and bacteria. Students will learn the basics of infectious diseases and investigate why some can’t be treated with drugs. This issue of Pathways includes a student magazine, teaching guide, vocabulary list, video, and interactive quiz.

The superbug issue of Pathways magazine is all about drug resistance in viruses and bacteria. Students will learn the basics of infectious diseases and investigate why some can’t be treated with drugs. This issue of Pathways includes a student magazine, teaching guide, vocabulary list, video, and interactive quiz. Science Topics, Teaching Science, Stem Careers, Microscopic Images, Vocabulary List, Learning Resources, Pathways, Drugs, Students

Pathways - The Superbugs Issue

The superbug issue of Pathways magazine is all about drug resistance in viruses and bacteria. Students will learn the basics of infectious diseases and investigate why some can’t be treated with drugs. This issue of Pathways includes a student magazine, teaching guide, vocabulary list, video, and interactive quiz.

Tool for creating customized, colorful visuals of names using the 3D protein alphabet Learning Resources, Multimedia, Alphabet, Protein, Names, Colorful, Map, Activities, Education

Protein Alphabet

Tool for creating customized, colorful visuals of names using the 3D protein alphabet

Tool for creating customized, colorful visuals of names using the 3D protein alphabet Learning Resources, Multimedia, Alphabet, Protein, Names, Colorful, Map, Activities, Education

Protein Alphabet

Tool for creating customized, colorful visuals of names using the 3D protein alphabet

Great Diseases - Center for Science Education at Tufts University High School Curriculum, High School Biology, High School Science, Public School, Science Classroom, Science Education, Health Literacy, Boston Public, Problem Solving Skills

The Great Diseases: Curriculum

Created by Tufts scientists and Boston Public School teachers, Great Diseases engages students with the science behind their real-world experiences. The program aims to increase students' analytical and problem-solving skills, as well as improve their health literacy. Curriculum materials for each module include a teacher primer and lesson plans, classroom materials for each lesson, and unit assessments. Teachers must request access to download materials.

Interactive lessons for educators to engage students in discussions of ethics and personal genetics. Subjects including biology, health, social studies, physical education, and psychology. All lesson plans contain background reading for teachers and students; classroom activities; discussion points; in some cases, a slide presentation or video clip; and an evaluation. Lessons can stand alone or be taught as a unit. Developed by the Department of Genetics at Harvard Medical School. Harvard Medical School, Personal Identity, Student Engagement, Learning Resources, Classroom Activities, Physical Education, Genetics, Social Studies, Biology

Personal Genetics Education Project (pgED)

Interactive lessons for educators to engage students in discussions of ethics and personal genetics. Subjects including biology, health, social studies, physical education, and psychology. All lesson plans contain background reading for teachers and students; classroom activities; discussion points; in some cases, a slide presentation or video clip; and an evaluation. Lessons can stand alone or be taught as a unit. Developed by the Department of Genetics at Harvard Medical School.

iBiology offers you free biology videos from the world's leading scientists, with over 25 Nobel laureates. Talks include research and educational materials. Learning Resources, Scientists, Biology, Curriculum, Discovery, This Or That Questions, Education, World, Videos

iBiology

iBiology connects you with leading scientists in biology through free, open-access videos, so that you can find out how they think about scientific questions and conduct their research. Educators can include these videos in their curriculum to convey the excitement of modern biology and the process by which scientific discoveries are made.

iBiology offers you free biology videos from the world's leading scientists, with over 25 Nobel laureates. Talks include research and educational materials. Learning Resources, Scientists, Biology, Curriculum, Discovery, This Or That Questions, Education, World, Videos

iBiology

iBiology connects you with leading scientists in biology through free, open-access videos, so that you can find out how they think about scientific questions and conduct their research. Educators can include these videos in their curriculum to convey the excitement of modern biology and the process by which scientific discoveries are made.

The pgEd program offers interactive lessons for educators to engage students in discussions of ethics and personal genetics. Subjects including biology, health, social studies, physical education, and psychology. All lesson plans contain background reading for teachers and students; classroom activities; discussion points; in some cases, a slide presentation or video clip; and an evaluation. Lessons can stand alone or be taught as a unit. Harvard Medical School, Personal Identity, Student Engagement, Learning Resources, Classroom Activities, Physical Education, Genetics, Social Studies, Biology

Personal Genetics Education Project (pgEd)

The pgEd program offers interactive lessons for educators to engage students in discussions of ethics and personal genetics. Subjects including biology, health, social studies, physical education, and psychology. All lesson plans contain background reading for teachers and students; classroom activities; discussion points; in some cases, a slide presentation or video clip; and an evaluation. Lessons can stand alone or be taught as a unit.